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EQ's for Orchestral Samples?

Discussion in 'SAMPLE Talk' started by Colin O'Malley, Feb 12, 2018.

  1. Truni.Robinson

    Truni.Robinson Member

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    Same with many people here, Fab Filter.

    But, and I know some of these audiophiles will disagree with me, but if your orchestral mix is mixed well, you shouldn't have to do too much EQ, unless it's a heavily produced track. I listen to some tracks and people go way overboard and kill the quality of their samples.
     
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  2. synthpunk

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    Pretty nice Neve 88RS eq's at Abbey Road 1 :geek:

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  3. Vin

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    Yeah, for surgical, parametric, Fabfilter is the one to get with DMG Equilibrium as an alternative to consider.

    For subtle boosts and color, Pultec is my favorite for orchestral. There are a few good software Pultecs, but my favorite is the free PTEq-X by Ignite Amps; it has the closest sound and behavior to the Pultec I used.
     
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  4. JT

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  5. synthpunk

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    Make sure you have v1.1 which fixes any phase problems.

    Will be interesting to get some feedback on the new Logic 10.4 Classic EQ's.

     
  6. Rapollo

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    Pro-Q 2 is my workhorse and then the PSP E27 for subtle shaping and colour in all my projects!
     
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